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expected that the presidents of the united states would be able to describe what he is going to be able to do in the next four years be, he can't. >> you've heard of the square deal. mitt romney is trying to tell you a sketchy deal. we are not buying it. >> the verbal jabs continue. the third and final debate will be next monday evening in florida, which is as you probably know another key battleground state. >>> the smoke has cleared and the dust has settled after last night's debate. but for all the posturing and verbal attacking, did president obama and governor romney keep their accusations and their explanations on point? in tonight's reality check, sam brock takes a closer look at the claims both candidates made in the heat of the moment. >> janelle, good evening. there are a few things about the debate that are not really debatable. there were definitely some heated exchanges last night. and the candidates seemed to pick and choose their responses at times completely irregardless of the questions being asked. you can manufacturer responses, but you can't tamp were the facts. >> w
the vice president of the united states directly contradicts the testimony, sworn testimony of state department officials, american citizens have a right to know just what is going on. >> reporter: back in cincinnati, a bakery is pulling ohio voters with cookie sales. so far it's obama in the lead. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, cincinnati. >>> back here at home, fremont's solyndra may be bankrupt, but its lawyers are still fighting, suing the company's chinese competitors. solyndra's attorneys filed a lawsuit in san francisco federal court claiming the chinese companies conspired to create a monopoly in solar panel manufacturing, and they were supported by chinese banks which offered them below market loan rates. solyndra is seeking damages of at least $1.5 billion for the loss of its business. a director, though, for one of the chinese companies tells bloomberg the lawsuit is solyndra's way of making china a scapegoat for its failure. >>> a down day for stocks. the market closed today with its worst week since early june. now the day started with modest gains, but ended mixed afte
by the united states navy and the blue angels. and those huge crowds will also see some of the top skippers in the world humming some of the fastest boats on water in fleet and match race competitions. and one of those skippers, the winningest sir russell coutts leading his oracle crew against the swedish artemis team in the first match race. the oracle supporting the giants with the sf logo on their boats. and in what looked like a victory coutts, it was ruled he had not correctly rounded four. so he was disqualified. so artemis advances to face jimmy spithill's oracle usa team. and so the final four and the championship finals of the match racing competition all set for saturday on the bay. and now coming up at 6:00, we will go 25 years back in time to look at the 1987 america's cup where dennis conner and stars and stripes took the cup back from the awustralians, what wer you doing in 1987? i think i was doing my algebra work. >> i was there in san diego watching it in the late 80s. >> i was doing my math homework as well. >> laurence son the water. kate longworth is in detroit. jaymee i
. the ambassador from libya to the united states will be here. >> reporter: stevens' parents will not take the podium, but they shared with us how proud they are of their son. >> he was a great big brother. he watched over his brothers and sister. and he was -- he was a responsible person. >> he wasn't the kind of diplomat to sit in the office and attend receptions and just be a formal person. he was a man of the people. >> reporter: those are the kinds of memories folks will have a chance to share as they show their gratitude for stevens' sacrifice. >> with the turnout of the people here in san francisco, the bay area, and wherever they have come from will show that their son was loved, was respected, and is honored here today. >> reporter: and you are seeing a live look at that memorial taking place as we speak in the rotunda of city hall here in san francisco. senator dianne feinstein is speaking. also present is congresswoman barbara lee, and the libyan ambassador to the united states will also speak. this memorial is scheduled to go until 6:00 tonight. from here the family will take t
's returning to the united states since 1995. getting back to its roots, the america's cup world series. we mentioned plenty of events. while you're out here watching the boats, fleet week will be up above, san francisco giants in the playoffs and much more action. a little bit of cloud cover, sun and overall, temperatures will remain cooler. on that 7-day forecast, we have low to mid-70s happening friday, saturday and sunday. and potentially a chance of some showers as we head into next monday and tuesday. again, america's cup world series happening behind us. fleet week up above this weekend. if that's not good enough for you, you can take a hike over to candlestick, maybe watch some of that football action or possibly pitch your best wish to get out to the san francisco 49ers, with game one and two of the playoff series. if that's not good enough for you, there's always the strictly hardly, blue grass festival, and you can always go the distance down in san jose to the san jose half marathon. >> he must have practiced that. >> in a was perfect. >> and by the way, stanford football cal fo
back. >>> 1 in 88 children born in the united states has autism. but there may be some new hope for families effected by the disorder. as nbc bay area shows us stem cells from core blood are breaking new medical ground. >> reporter: researchers hope what's inside cord blood can reverse the impact of autism. >> now i feel great. and i don't have any pain and i don't have to visit the dra doctor all the time. >> reporter: after all, a core blood treatment cured her sickle cell anemia. it's on the forefront of the first fda clinical trial of its kind investigating whether the stem cells in cord blood may be able to cure autism. >> this initial pilot study will accept 30 children between the ages of 2 and 7 who have a confirmed diagnosis of autism that's not known to be caused by a genetic factor. >> reporter: those children will receive infusions of their own stem cells, which they cannot reject. they were collected in their cord blood banked when they were newborns and stored in the registry. the research will be done at the center neuroscience institute in sacramento. the theory
of the united states of america. >> reporter: if the democrats do win here, is that really it? >> everyone always says no republican has been elected president without ohio, and that's absolutely true. but, you know, every four years, we break rules. >> reporter: the obama plan is to take ohio plus iowa and wisconsin or new hampshire or colorado, maybe virginia. >> the problem for the president, he has leads in he's swing states by two, three points. the problem is he is not over 50% in any of them. >> reporter: and 50 plus one is the winning number. so the pace will stay intense. governor romney going tonight to iowa. president obama going on "the tonight show" in los angeles , then to nevada for a late, late night rally. and then an air force red-eye to florida where he starts tomorrow's push in the swing states. live from washington, i'm steve handelsman, nbc bay area news. raj, back to you. >> steve, thank you. >>> on the eve of the occupy oakland anniversary, the president has promoted 13 of its officers, giving them more responsibilities. oakland's police chief and city leaders prese
ecos for everybody. so i feel happy. i feel happy that i brought everybody together in the united states, and it's a great moment. >> we thank you. forget the free tacos. i think the people in redwood city were more excited about meeting the giants star. you see the lines were out the door. pagan is gone, but you still have time at all taco bells. the free taco promotion ends at 6:00. you have is about 60 minutes to get some food in your belly. >>> and once again, the victory parade is right here on nbc bay area. we are the proud broadcast home of the giants. you can watch our parade coverage. as monte francis mentioned, our coverage starts at 4:30 on the morning show. the actual parade begins at 11:00 a.m. if you can't make to it san francisco, if you're stuck at home or in your office, put us on tv or online at >>> still ahead at 5:00, a second shark attack on the california coastline. the details on the victim's condition, straight ahead. >>> and luke skywalker has a new boss. a blockbuster hollywood deal hits the bay area. >>> also -- >> it's a high i can't exp
in the state. it's the highest rent in the state of california. we have recently eclipsed san francisco as the highest rental market. >> reporter: in san jose, the average rent for a one-bedroom unit is $1667, up more than 11% compared to october of last year. and more landlords are fixing up their rentals to get a higher price. at pinewood terrace in east san jose you'll pay nearly $1300 for this newly renovated one bedroom unit. for many renters, the sky-high prices mean relying on roommates to share costs, sometimes several of them. >> it's a one-bedroom. it's pretty small. and there are four girls living there. >> reporter: but if you think rents are high here, head to palo alto, where the average rent for a one-bedroom, one-bath unit is $2,417. rental experts say the reason rents are climbing is because people who lost their homes are now renting, and the job market is picking up. so don't expect rents to peak any time soon. with the occupancy rate higher than 95% in the south bay, experts say you can expect rents to keep on climbing. and if you think that you'll save money by rent
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